Tuesday, April 6, 2010

I Spy.

We were walking around the fields and I thought I heard a familiar noise, so I had a look through the hedge.

I thought so! The sheep have been having their lambs and now they are back in the field next to us. You can biggify to see the baby lambs better.
They are a bit scared of us. When our heads pop through the hedge they go bouncing away.

35 comments:

  1. Aw, aren't the lambs adorable? We don't think sheep are that clever, though, so we suppose it's natural they're scared of you. Of course, you both are mighty warrior mancats...er, sort of...MOL..and no doubt very imposing to little lambs! ;-)

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  2. Well they sure are cute! I haven't seen any of those in my backyard!

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  3. The lambs are very cute...You guys have so many wonderful adventures right outside your door just waiting for you to join in the fun!!!...Eric and Flynn, you guys have a great life together!...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  4. They are so cutes. You are lucky to get to look at sheep!! Cool!

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  5. Just take your nap close to them with one eye open, so you can count them.

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  6. Boy, I wish we had lambs next door!

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  7. How sweet. The circle of life again.....

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  8. Oh how exciting to have little lambs right next door! And you said you had lamb for Easter I think--were you poaching?

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  9. Those are sweet lambs. You are lucky to see so many neighbors.

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  10. The lamb is such a cutie. Too bad they are scared of you. Do they belong to your parents or the neighbours?

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  11. Lamie pies!

    My mom is silly...that's what she is saying. I'm just impressed that they are scared of you!

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  12. Lambs are a sure sign that Spring is here.

    Mummy used to work on a farm during lambing season. She says it was hard, smelly, dirty work but worth it when you see the lambs bouncing about in the fields

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  13. How exciting! Your very own sheep!!! Thank you for sharing the pictures!

    Love, uSSSSS

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  14. You guys have the coolest neighbors!

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  15. Mumloves to see baby sheep when she is drivig along.. So cute.. I have never seen any though.. Hugs GJ xx

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  16. Nice picture of you looking through the hedge Eric - are you counting sheep so that you will have a good sleep when you get back home.

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  17. Oh so cute! We don't know why they're afraid of you, though!

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  18. How sweet...what a fun place to live!!

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  19. How precious!!! You two have such interesting things to see when on your walk abouts!!! We live in the city so the only cute things I see outside my window is squirrels and an occasional puppy.
    Madi and Mom

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  20. They better be scared, you two mean business!

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  21. Our mama says awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.....and now she's remembering Spring and lambing in Ireland........she's already fed us, so guess we won't mind that she's off in a dream state again....:) We love you guys.

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  22. Awww!!! The baaaa bebehs are cute!

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  23. Momma calls Gracie Lambie Pie sometimes, but she doesn't look anything like those Lambies.

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  24. Awww! How cute! I'm sure any sudden movement would scare those little ones. They don't know very much about the world yet. Perhaps you should introduce yourselves to them, a little more gently -- be gentle like a lamb!

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  25. Baby lambs, that means spring is really here. Did you ever thought about herding sheep? If dogs and pigs can do it, you certainly can.

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  26. Babies are always so adorable...and you have such interesting creatures around you!

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    Abby

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